BIPR: Nurturing Minds, Changing Lives
Through our counseling, education, and training programs, we do change lives. Our dedication to staying abreast of scientific studies in brain imaging and proven techniques helps us understand how the brain works, and therefore what interventions are the most likely to help. Our early childhood programs and parent education programs work to prevent problems and intervene early. Our counseling programs aid struggling individuals to help them become strong, healthy, productive family and community members.
Our expertise is in Trauma (including PTSD) and Attachment though we can help with a number of different problems including depression, anxiety, ADHD, behavioral problems in children, relationship problems, couples issues, and many more.
BIPR offers low fee, affordable psychotherapy and Mental Health Services to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples through its effective, highly respected counseling program. BIPR uses a sliding fee scale based on a person’s ability to pay.
Get Help Now: 303-442-4562 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
BIPR receives funding for School Readiness Project from the City of Boulder
October 13, 2014: We are delighted to announce that BIPR has been selected as one of the few nonprofits to receive funding from the remainder of Boulder’s Education Excise Tax Fund by the City of Boulder. The funds will go towards our School Readiness Project.
A community-wide competitive process was used to determine the awarding of the funds. Read the Daily Camera Article
Click here for resources from BIPR’s October 16, 2014 presentation
Evening Parenting Series: BE THE BEST PARENT YOU CAN BE!
Join us for our monthly parenting presentation.
We are so excited about this free lecture series which will take place the third Thursday of each month from 7:00-8:00 PM. Parents who have the time can stay until 8:30 PM for a question and answer period. If you do not see something here that you need as a parent, please let us know and we will be happy to offer it in 2015. All lectures will take place at the Wilderness Early Learning Center 2845 Wilderness Place, Boulder, CO. ECE credits are offered with these presentations.
November: The Explosive Child: Helping the Highly Reactive Child
When: November 20th 7:00-8:00 with Q & A from 8:00-8:30
Where: Wilderness Early Learning Center 2845 Wilderness Place, Boulder
RSVP: Click here to RSVP
Some children go from zero-to-sixty in a matter of seconds; one minute they will be fine and the next they will be raging at a parent, a teacher, or a sibling. This presentation will help parents understand how the nervous system of a highly reactive child is different and learn strategies so that caregivers are no longer walking on eggshells.
December: No class in December
Psychobabble… A Monthly Salon Series for Mental Health Professionals
Boulder has a wealth of dedicated, highly knowledgeable mental health practitioners. Psychobabble provides opportunities for colleagues to gather in a less formal setting, socialize, network, promote your practices, and learn from one another while enjoying some wine and cheese on a late Friday afternoon.
Every month we spend the first half-hour socializing informally, then there is a one-hour presentation by a local Mental Health Professional, followed by a half-hour for Q&A and open discussion.
We so very much look forward to this monthly opportunity for collaborating and increasing our sense of professional community, especially given the private nature of the work that we do!
These monthly meetings will take place at Wilderness Early Learning Center – 2845 Wilderness Place, Boulder, CO 80301. Parking is free.
We are asking for a small donation so that we may provide wine and light refreshments for everyone. (A suggested $10 – $20 donation would be greatly appreciated)
These meetings will take place on the 3rd Friday of each month from 4 – 6 PM.
We ask you to please RSVP for this event so that we will know how many to expect and provide refreshments for. RSVP for the upcoming Psychobabble on the right-hand side of this screen.
11/14/14 - Jenni Skyler, Ph.D., MSEd
12/19/14 – Kate Asmus, MA, LPC, BMP
1/16/15 – Dave Sullivan, MSW, CAC II
2/20/15 – Dana Satir, Ph.D.
Interested in presenting your work at a future event? Contact us at: Info@BIPR.org
PLAN AHEAD: Become a BIPR Subscriber NOW! (Formerly called Member)
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